June30 - June 30, 2006 Form (shape) Sectional forms Divided...

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June 30, 2006 Form (shape) Sectional forms Divided into units Definite beginnings and endings Continuous forms Continuity is seldom broken Few internal divisions or interruptions Sectional forms Sections created by melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic cadences Strophic Compound binary A-B Compound ternary A-B-A Rondo Theme and variations Ritornello Sonata (allegro) Compound forms “a form within a form” compound binary I. A-B II. A-B compound ternary Compound Binaray: The American march is compound binary – one of only forms that ends in different key than began John Philip Sousa, Stars and Stripes Forever “March and Trio” March (binary) [A-B] Introduction First strain (repeated) Second strain (repeated) Trio (ternary) [A-B-A] First strain Second strain (“dogfight”) First strain Piccolo solo Brass countermelodies Compound ternary: The European march is compound ternary Franz Joseph Haydn, Symphony No. 39 Ending Key is the same as beginning key “Menuet and Trio” menuet (rounded binary) [A-B] section A (repeated)
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course MUSIC 102 taught by Professor Stuart during the Summer '06 term at Iowa State.

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